An unexpected thing happened during the case study: Two of our group members(one of them was me) were asked to argue and prove that He/She is the better person for the job. We were told that only the one who is able to convince the other will be given an offer.
We kept our composure and did not fight much. Both of us got selected to the next round. They expected the team members to be united and not fight for personal gains. This might not be the case always.
There are a series of tall buildings not ordered in length. A point of observation is provided and you'll be asked to write a code to print maximum number of buildings the person would see when an array of height is passed as parameter?
Start with an approach first. Take your time. Do not carry resume as they do not need one. Then build a pseudo code and finally when everything is sorted go for code. Approach simply shows your problem solving ability.
I'll suggest you one thing, while answering their questions, be confident but not over confident. If they're suggesting that your answer is wrong or not appropriate to take any action in the business, in that case be flexible with your answers and just don't change for the sake of being flexible. I'm just suggesting you to be open minded to accept your wrong decisions and to listen others perspective too while making your decision independently.